The Five Best Irish Bars in Nashville
Nashville is famous for music, mostly of the country style. However, Nashville has a good selection of Irish bars that may just have some bagpipe music to go along with the hearty Irish ales. These five different bars give Nashville locals and visitors alike the chance to have a touch of the green as part of an evening of good food and great drinks.
The Fleet Street Pub is in the heart of the world famous Printer’s Alley. No live music or karaoke here: this is a pub for serious consumption of great beers. The list of imported drafts include the famed Harp Lager and Guinness Stout direct from Ireland. Imported bottled brews come from the best breweries in England. Enjoying a couple of beers in a quiet setting is what to expect at Fleet Street.
The first Dan McGuinness Irish Pub was built in Memphis. The Nashville version is located on Demonbruen Street. Holding true to the original pubs in Ireland, Dan McGuinness puts you in Ireland right here in Nashville. A wonderful menu of Irish fare compliments the great lineup of beers on tap. You will find all your favorite brews here.
Located on Main Street in Franklin, McCreary’s Irish Pub and Eatery is a fun and friendly pub. Enjoy a good selection of Irish beer on tap. The pub offers late-night happy hours, breakfast on the weekends and Celtic music live on Friday and Saturday nights. This is a great Irish pub with a very nice menu to go along with your choice of brews.
The Tilted Kilt
The Tilted Kilt in Hendersonville is one of a very popular chain of Irish-themed pubs/sports bars. The food at this establishment is good with Irish-style meals and standard bar fare as well. The number of brews on tap is staggering, with multiple choices of lager, ale, stout and wheat. If you like it on tap, chances are good that Tilted Kilt will have it for you.
Findley’s Irish Pub
Findley’s is in the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center. Featuring live music, good food and a good selection of on tap and bottled beers, this is a good stop if you have business at the convention center. It is one of the many restaurants and bars in the complex.
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